Windhoek , 108 Robert Mugabe Avenue +264 61 302 764

The Programmes

NACDO’s head office is in Windhoek with a regional office stationed in Oshakati. Actual programmes implementation takes place in the northern part of Namibia in the 7 regions: Kavango east, Kavango West, Ohangwena, Omusati, Oshana, Oshikoto and Zambezi.

NACDO aims at uplifting the lives of people living in rural communities through fighting preventable diseases, fighting hunger and poverty, as well as fighting all other social ills. ​

The Mission

NACDO’s mission is to collaborate with other agencies, organizations and individuals at local, national and international levels in order to assist individuals reach their full potential in mind, body and spirit holistically; assist end diseases like HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria as well as assist to eradicate hunger and poverty.

The Vision

NACDO’s vision is derived from the Anglican vision and promise that: future generations will be born and live in countries free from preventable diseases, poverty, inequality, and all other social ills. Therefore, we commit ourselves to breaking the silence, educating ourselves, confront poverty, end stigma, build capacity, provide leadership, skills, care, prevention, and counselling.

Core Values

  1. Faith and hope
  2. Individual full potential
  3. None-Discrimination
  4. Respect of individual’s dignity, values, history and religion
  5. Fairness, transparency and accountability


  1. To promote community-based health care by fighting preventable diseases such as HIV/AIDS, Malaria, and TB.
  2. To empower vulnerable groups in communities (women, children) through income generation and food security projects.
  3. To network with similar organizations and share best practices in securing local, regional and international commitment to address and combat social, economic and developmental issues in a comprehensive manner.
  4. To mobilize, support and assist local communities in the identification and handling of social and spiritual problems at a community level by establishing community-based care groups and the encouragement of sustainable community development.
  5. To complement government efforts to eliminate malaria by 2022, through cross border (Namibia / Angola) malaria activities.
  6. To encourage open discussions and teaching on social issues within the Anglican Church and other Anglican organizations.
  7. To contribute towards a healthy and safe community to identify social and spiritual problems through the establishment of community-based groups and encouragement of sustainable community development.
  8. To contribute towards a caring and supportive environment for both children and adults, through community care groups which addresses positive parenting skills, drug abuse and gender-based violence.